Up from Eden: a transpersonal view of human evolution

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Anchor Press/Doubleday, Sep 1, 1981 - Philosophy - 372 pages
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Reexamines the history of human evolution, concentrating on the development of levels of consciousness and drawing on anthropology, psychology, sociology, and the history of religions to depict the evolution of human consciousness

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Ken Wilber is simply the greatest living philosopher and is considered to be the one man to successfully unite easter and western thought into an intelligent synthesized whole. Your IQ will grow 20 points reading any one of his books. Read full review

Contents

THE MYSTERIOUS SERPENT
21
THE ANCIENT MAGICIANS
39
THE TWILIGHT DAWN OF DEATH
57
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Wilbur is one of the most widely read and influential American philosophers of our time. His writings have been translated into over twenty foreign languages.

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